Stories of Survival and Resilience Perry N. A joint or adjunct appointment may be considered with other UW departments or affiliated institutions. We anticipate the successful candidate to lead efforts in conducting such research while also remaining committed to developing a cadre of public health advocates, practitioners and researchers equipped to identify and challenge systems and structures of racism and oppression. In addition, the Race and Equity Initiative was launched by President Cauce in the spring of to directly confront bias and racism at the individual, institutional and systemic levels. We are looking for individuals with a DrPH or PhD degree or equivalent in public health or a related discipline, including but not limited to health services, epidemiology, health behavior, health policy, anthropology, cultural studies, ethnic studies, gender studies, demography, economics, geography, political science, social work, and sociology. The President of the UW has recently launched the Population Health Initiative which aims to bring faculty from across the University together to address challenges in human health, social and economic equity and environmental resilience. In addition, faculty from American Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, Sociology, and others represent an interdisciplinary group of renowned scholars with a long history of collaboration with the School of Public Health. UW faculty members engage in teaching, research and service. We view diversity, equity and inclusion as essential and welcome applications from faculty who have demonstrated research, training and service experience in this area. Applicants who meet the qualifications receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information. The book examines how approaches to survival inform and are informed by the broad body of literature on resilience and health, which may be applicable to the lives of those newly infected with HIV and others who are living with chronic health conditions, as well as providing insight to their caregivers and policy makers. Their stories span the period from the early days of the epidemic to the present, including their lives as boys and young men negotiating their sexuality, first learning their serostatus, and their life experiences during this time. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to lead and develop the new Center for Anti-Racism and Community Health. Seattle boasts innumerable recreational opportunities and the temperate climate allows for year-round outdoor activities.